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Although it might seem to be nothing more than a tax-dollar-eating behemoth, the U.S. federal government is much like any other business: It needs to watch its bottom line. No one in the government wants Congress looking closely at their expenses and asking, "What was this charge for?"
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In the world of business, one area that's seeing particularly strong growth is the field of Telecom Expense Management, or TEM. With more and more workers using BYOD and remote connections, telecom spending is spiraling, and companies need to keep an eye on that particular bottom line before costs escalate completely out of control.
In the expanding world of high technology, it's getting more and more complicated for chief financial officers to keep a close eye on the bottom line. New expenses that didn't even exist a generation ago are now gobbling up huge pieces of the budget, to the detriment of the company and everyone who works there.
With a New Year comes a renewed look at budgets, as company bean-counters look for any possible savings on expenses one area frequently overlooked that can pay big dividends is Telecom Expense Management. As such, Auditel Telecom Expense Management company is seeing increased interest in its offerings, so much so that it recently announced the addition of Pat Keever to its leadership team.
Telecoms across the globe are operating under smaller margins as new technologies are allowing new players to start providing a wide range of services for free or very low price points.